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6610
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Beginning during the waterfowl hunting season of 1947-1948, an investigation of the general waterfowl situation in North Carolina was undertaken. In July, 1948, this investigation became a part of the North Carolina Wildlife Resources Commission's Federal Aid Research Project on Marsh Resources. Critcher reports on kill data for duck and geese for primary hunting areas in the state during the last three hunting seasons, 1947-1950.
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6798
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According to reports from hunters who completed the game kill survey for 1964-1965, several game species harvests topped all previous records. For example, the state deer kill was computed at 39,792, up by 11,000 from 1962. Statistics are reported from the nine wildlife districts and a total for the state given. Statistics include number of hunters, number of hunting trips, number of kills, and number of kills per trip. Animals hunted include bear, deer, squirrels, rabbit, quail, and dove.
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